|Proposed path system at the North Campus|
They're just lines on a map
|North Campus: These amended conditions look hinky|
|UGM will retain the green cottage, but demolish the other two|
|Division has charm from another era here|
This will be demolished (2014)
|The disposition of the three buildings on Division|
Note also the bike parking, plaza, and courtyard.
- The Planning Commission approved the triplex on Market Street, and the City has missed an opportunity to use it as a case study for the proposed changes to missing middle housing codes and standards. This is the kind of development that should be simple, not complicated, and walking through what it might be like with the new code might be helpful.
- The Planning Administrator also approved a replat at the Hospital, but the report is totally opaque, and does not show a clear before/after view. It concerns Building A, which is on the site of Myra Albert Wiggins' childhood home, interestingly. Who knows what this is about. Presumably a site plan review will occur later when they actually want to build something. Hopefully it's not just more free parking.
- The Mayor and Councilor Hoy will be absent for a couple of meetings, and the Mayor moves to appoint Councilor Nanke temporary Council president.
- First reading on the downtown residential parking permit program.
See the comments below for conversation about 715 N. Commercial.
|1926 Sanborn Fire map and circa 1880s Salem photo|
(photo from Oregon Historical Society)